Scott, Terry D.
May 2006
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;May2006, Vol. 132 Issue 5, p44
Conference Proceeding
This article reports that the leader of the U.S. Navy's enlisted ranks conducting an all-hands call at Camp Moreell, Kuwait, on March 19 acknowledges the gloaming of the industrial age and the emergence of a technology age that is changing the way his sailors approach their profession. Navy at present is at the dusk of the industrial age, a time in which one can applied the idea of the factory assembly line to their service at large, using linear thinking and breaking problems down to smaller, manageable parts to reach solutions with bureaucratic management techniques.


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